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26 Jan 2021  • 

Chemistry for the Non-Chemist

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An introductory online training course providing a basic understanding of some of the most common physicochemical terms used in the prediction of .. Read more likely exposure routes and hazardous effects. A basic knowledge of chemistry can help us understand the ways in which chemicals may cause harm, both to humans as well as to the environment. This introductory online training course will provide you with a basic understanding of some of the most common physicochemical terms used in the prediction of likely exposure routes and hazardous effects. Expanding your knowledge of chemistry will help you with the identification of structural alerts, the use of appropriate read across and mechanisms of action. A unique feature of this training course is that, due to a strict limit of thirty delegates, you are encouraged to 'raise your hand' and put questions forward throughout the training – just as you would in a classroom environment.

Anjali Purohitvyas

Anjali Purohitvyas

PhD Scholar at Jai naryan vyas university,jodhpur

Bikaner, India
mahesh chaudhary

mahesh chaudhary

Lecturer I at Rockford convent senior secondary school

Gurgaon, India
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